Career and Technical Education

96% of Erie 1 BOCES Career and Technical Education Students Graduate High School.

65% of Graduates move on to Colleges and Universities.

97% of Graduates go on to College, Employment, or the Military.

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Teen Has Promising Future in Animal Care

Brittney SchecterlyErie 1 BOCES has selected Brittney Schecterly, a senior from Kenmore West High School, as their featured student for the month of December. Brittney is enrolled in the Animal Science program at Erie 1 BOCES Kenton Career & Technical Center under the instruction of Lauren Johnston.

“Brittney is an amazing student and will be a huge asset to the animal care industry,” said Johnston. 

Erie 1 BOCES Animal Science program offers hands-on experience with small animals and provides an introduction to veterinary medicine.

“I wanted a career working with animals and wanted to know what different options were available,” said Brittney.

After graduation she plans to attend Medaille College, with a career goal of becoming a veterinary technician specializing in canine rehabilitation. Brittney is currently the treasurer of the National Honor Society at Kenmore West High School and is training a puppy for Guiding Eyes for the Blind.

As part of public education, Erie 1 BOCES offers a variety of career and technical programs during the regular school day to high school students in Erie County. High school students interested in learning more about how they can participate in various programs such as animal science, aviation technology or computer technology should visit or speak with their high school counselor.

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